Sunday, August 7, 2011

CT Room Design Commission Awarded to Architecture for Radiology

Architecture for Radiology, the only architecture firm in the world focused exclusively on radiology design and construction, is pleased to announce that it has been selected to provide radiology design services on a new CT Room Design project, in New York.

CT Room design consulting services will address best, state of the art CT technology utilization, patient safety and comfort in a CT facility, and maximizing the efficiency of a state of the art outpatient CT practice. The project includes radiology planning and radiology room design of a complete CT facility, including the latest CT equipment, and required support spaces.

About Architecture for Radiology, LLP:

Founded in 1996, this radiology consulting firm specializes exclusively in radiology design and construction. The firm is run by William N. Bernstein, LEED®AP, AIA, a well-known radiology architect. The firm is highly experienced with state-of-the-art radiology practice including leading edge equipment, planning strategies, and PACs implementation. Amongst the firm’s specialty radiology consulting services are: radiology master plans, hospital radiology departments, outpatient radiology facilities, and radiology room design including: ct room design, MRI room design, mammography room design, linear accelerator room design, cat scan room design, and nuclear medicine room design.

The firm’s radiology design work has been published extensively.

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